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What do we expect from you?

Recognize your students as “Japanese customers.” Improve your customer service skills through hospitality.

At Linguage we value both your teaching skills and your customer service skills.
When teaching and otherwise interacting with students, we would like you to provide a fully satisfying and personalized experience. Please take into consideration each student’s English level, learning goal and unique character and tailor your approach accordingly.

What do we expect from you?

Keep on improving!

At Linguage, we offer various opportunities for additional teaching and customer service training – we would like you to take advantage of them!

Our senior instructors will want to work with you to improve our students’ experience at Linguage. Even small things matter and we welcome your ideas and suggestions!

We have very strict policy for absences and tardiness.

We will expect you to arrive at work at least 10 minutes before the start of your shift.

In case of absence due to sickness or other unexpected causes, we will expect a courtesy call the day before or at the least well before your scheduled shift starts. This will allow us to find other instructors to cover your shift and provide an uninterrupted service to our students.

Dress code for instructors

We ask all our instructors to adhere to “business smart” dress code.
Giving a professional and reliable but still approachable impression to our students is very important to us.

Dress code for instructors


acceptable male

  • Suits
  • Business or dress shirts with tie
  • Sweaters, with collared shirt and tie visible.
  • Vest or waistcoat
  • Chinos
  • Dress pants/trousers
  • Dress shoes, boots, or loafers


acceptable female

  • Suits
  • Blouses/shirts with collars
  • Collarless blouses/shirts with jacket
  • Dress sweaters
  • Pants/trousers
  • Dresses or skirts with hose or stockings.
  • Dress shoes, boots, loafers, or sandals